Our blog takes you inside the Film Society of Lincoln Center with photos, videos, and podcasts from our screenings, talks, and events, plus announcements of upcoming programs and coverage of our artist and education initiatives.
By Michael Odmark on February 14, 2019
At Scary Movies XI, Lords of Chaos director Jonas Åkerlund and star Rory Culkin joined programmer Rufus de Rham for a Q&A.
By Jordan Raup on February 11, 2019
Here at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, we kicked off the year with retrospectives dedicated to two Oscar-nominated directors, who both appeared in person for on-stage conversations.
By Michael Odmark on February 7, 2019
Film Comment Selects, the magazine’s festival of movies curated by its editors, returns in its 19th edition offering strikingly bold visions, mixing New York premieres of new films and long-unseen older titles that deserve the big-screen treatment.
By Jordan Raup on December 19, 2018
As we close out the year, we look back at the exciting events we have had here at the Film Society just over the past couple of weeks!
By Michael Odmark on December 19, 2018
On this week’s podcast, Italian filmmaker Alice Rohrwacher discusses Happy as Lazzaro, one of the most acclaimed films of the year. It is now streaming on Netflix.
By Jordan Raup on November 15, 2018
With the 56th New York Film Festival wrapped up, we welcomed a few guests back to the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
Watch: Pamela B. Green and Jodie Foster Discuss Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché at NYFF56
By Jordan Raup on October 26, 2018
At the 56th New York Film Festival premiere of Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché, director Pamela B. Green and narrator Jodie Foster discussed the pioneering filmmaker of early cinema.
By Jordan Raup on September 13, 2018
The last few weeks at the Film Society of Lincoln Center have been packed with special events, screenings, series, and festivals.
By Michael Odmark on August 30, 2018
This week's podcast features a highlight from our Germaine Dulac retrospective, which concludes today. Dulac was a feminist and socialist artist of the 1920s and ’30s whose bold experimentation helped legitimize cinema as an art form.